Can your lifestyle affect your afib?
June 27, 2017
- Summary: Join StopAfib.org for a Rare Opportunity to Hear From One of the World’s Top Experts on the Genetics and Epidemiology of Afib. Discover What You Need to Know Now, as an Afib Patient, About Afib Genetics, Risk Factors, and Prevention.
- Reading time: 2–3 minutes.
Have you ever wondered whether your lifestyle can affect your afib, and whether you could make changes that could prevent or slow the progression of afib?
If so, I’d like to invite you to listen in on a no-cost webinar playback of my interview with renowned afib genetics expert Dr. Emelia Benjamin this Thursday, June 29.
Follow this link to sign up to access the playback:
When you go to the link above and listen to my interview with Dr. Benjamin, you’ll discover:
- The basics of afib (such as what it is, when it becomes more common, and how it progresses), and risk factors and prevention tools you’ll definitely want to know about.
- The role your risk factors play in the progression of afib, and whether you can make lifestyle changes to prevent or slow the progression.
- The role of genetics when it comes to afib—get the answers to questions like: does it run in families, should your family members be screened, and can prevention help them avoid it?
- And more.
Dr. Benjamin is a world-renowned researcher on the Framingham Heart Study, and has served as the Principal Investigator on numerous studies and grants related to the genetics of atrial fibrillation.
She’ll also be presenting during this year’s Get In Rhythm. Stay In Rhythm.™ Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, August 4-6 in Dallas, Texas—so this is a special opportunity to get a complimentary taste of what you may learn there.
Here’s that link again where you can get this webinar playback, scheduled for June 29:
This is your chance to learn some of what you need to know about lifestyle, genetics, and risk factors for afib.
To your health,
Mellanie True Hills
P.S. This presentation is designed to educate you about the role lifestyle and prevention can play in managing afib. Sign up here, now, to hear my interview with Dr. Benjamin: